Ben Street is an art historian and writer. He has lectured on a range of art historical periods for the National Gallery, Tate, the Royal Academy and Dulwich Picture Gallery. As a writer he has contributed to a variety of publications, including ‘Body of Art’ and ‘Flying Too Close To The Sun’ (both Phaidon) and museum catalogues for the Royal Academy and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, where he was curatorial consultant on the exhibition ‘The Shape of Time’ (2018). Ben is a contributing writer for Art Review, Art Quarterly and Apollo magazines and has produced interpretative guides for major exhibitions at Tate, the Royal Academy and the National Gallery. He was the presenter and co-author of ‘Duchamp’s Urinal’ for BBC Radio 4.